Des Prés

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des Prés

(French de pre) or


(Biography) Josquin (ʒɔskɛ̃). ?1450–1521, Flemish Renaissance composer of masses, motets, and chansons
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Des Prés

(dɛ ˈpreɪ)
Jos•quin (ˈʒʌs kæn, ʒʌsˈkɛ̃) c1445–1521, Flemish composer.
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Each man vied with his neighbor in pointing them out and naming them, in seeing who should recognize at least one of them: this one, the Bishop of Marseilles (Alaudet, if my memory serves me right);--this one, the primicier of Saint-Denis;--this one, Robert de Lespinasse, Abbé of Saint-Germain des Prés, that libertine brother of a mistress of Louis XI.; all with many errors and absurdities.